Slave TO PERIODIC PAIN (Sep, 1965)

I’m pretty sure the “special, mood-brightening medication” was just caffeine.

Slave TO PERIODIC PAIN

Every month Sue was a slave to functional menstrual distress. Now she just takes Midol and goes her way in comfort because Midol tablets contain:
• An exclusive anti-spasmodic that helps Stop Cramping . . .

• Medically-approved ingredients that Relieve Headache, Low Backache .. .Calm Jumpy Nerves …

• A special, mood-brightening medication that Chases “Blues.”

“WHAT WOMEN WANT TO KNOW”
FREE! Frank, revealing 32-page book explains menstruation.
Send 10c to cover cost of mailing and handling to Dept. P115, Box 146, New York, N.Y. 10016. (Sent in plain wrapper)

FREE OF PAIN…WITH MIDOL

3 comments
  1. Stephen Edwards says: November 20, 201210:16 am

    And that’s why we have laws about medicine ingredient labels. Shouldn’t the second be labeled “Wired Sue”?

  2. Hirudinea says: November 20, 20122:58 pm

    Yep, women take midol to relieve menstrual symptoms, men take whisky.

  3. Toronto says: November 20, 20128:21 pm

    The photos make it look like it’s primary purpose is eyebrow arching.

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